17 FEBRUARY 2018

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  • Start your resolutions now!
    How to succeed with your New Year’s resolution this year
    Posted: Monday 18 December 2017
  • Which leg should I do?
    How to play to your strengths on the unique Coastal Challenge course
    Posted: Wednesday 22 November 2017
  • Top tips for Coastal Challenge training
    A few things that should help you prepare and train for this unique coastal adventure
    Posted: Wednesday 15 November 2017
  • HOW TO… run, walk, wade, scramble, rock-hop a Coastal Course
    Little compares in terms of drama and exhilaration than running an event with a water element. Excitement aside, follow our five simple tips below to avoid the perils of a coastal challenge.
    Posted: Tuesday 7 March 2017
  • 7 Easy Ways to Stay Mobile Over the Silly Season
    Finding it hard to fit in your training as we ramp up to xmas? Here are some easy tips to stay mobile!
    Posted: Thursday 8 December 2016
  • Is your JOB the cause of all your sports injuries?
    Live a life less sedentary and continue your adventures!
    Posted: Tuesday 22 November 2016
  • A suitable shoe?
    What makes a suitable running shoe for the unique event that is the Cargo Plus Coastal Challenge.
    Posted: Wednesday 19 October 2016
  • Understanding how your body works for your sport can be the difference between endless struggle and finally breaking your personal best times and achieving your goals with joy. In my 15+ years working in this industry I would say the number one difference between athletes who succeed in the long run and those who succumb to injury is simple – it’s knowledge. Knowledge of their own body, how it works and doesn’t work, when to push, when to rest, the ability to listen to what your body is saying to you and knowing what to do to help yourself.
    Posted: Wednesday 19 October 2016
  • There are some very rare locals you are likely to see at the Colliers Coastal Challenge Tawharanui
    In total, there are approximately 90 different bird species to be seen and heard around Tawharanui. Including the Takehe, North Island brown kiwi, North Island robin, Pateke (brown teal, which is the fourth rarest waterfowl in the world), Kakariki (red crowned parakeet), Tieke (saddleback), Bellbird, Oi (grey faced petrel) and Kaka just to name a handful.
    Posted: Wednesday 21 September 2016
  • Enter both Colliers Coastal Challenge events and receive a DISCOUNT off the total price. Last year we added Tawharanui to compliment the popular North Shore event and the feedback was phenomenal! We now have two events in two very unique landscapes with the same variety and beauty that coastal running in New Zealand offers. Make the most of your 2016 summer and explore our stunning coastline with us.
    Posted: Friday 16 October 2015

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